Meditating hand
A regular meditation practice can make practitioners smarter and less stressed, and can boost their immune systems and attention spans. Try it for 10 minutes a day.
Myths About the Morning After Pill
Most of us have heard of emergency contraception, but we may be fuzzy on the details of how it actually works and exactly what it does to a woman's body. Here, we break down fact from fiction.
Is Multitasking Bad For Us?
Research shows we’re not the brilliant multitaskers we think we are. Use these simple tips to get more done and feel less stressed in the long run.
The Truth About "Friends with Benefits"

Anyone who’s gone to college (or, heck, anyone) is probably familiar with the concept, but what does science have to say about these ambiguous relationships? And what “benefit” (besides the obvious one) do they really bring to our lives?

Whether you work 18 hours a day or you’re just shy, making new friends in your 20s and 30s can be a huge challenge. Here's our best advice for fostering some truly meaningful non-romantic relationships.
One True Love
Find out how you can experience love, warmth, and cuddliness this Valentine’s Day and every day for the rest of your life (no boyfriend, girlfriend, partner, wife, husband, required).


In order to keep any relationship healthy, it's important to try new activities together to keep from falling into a rut. But that can be hard to do if your middle name isn't Moneybags. Luckily we've rounded up 30 dates under $30 that'll put the spice back into a relationship without making wallets cry.

Tech nerds take note: According to a new study, the radiation from wireless Internet may kill sperm cells.

Eating with other people can boost happiness and diminish depression, and it might promote healthier eating choices. Read on to find out why a weekly potluck with friends and family does a person good.

This Thursday at 8pm, Greatist is partnering with the Museum of Sex and Salon to talk about sex and relationships in the digital age. Join in live for the Google Hangout!
GUEST POST: The Founder and Creative Director of More Love Letters riffs on how hand-written letters can change people's lives, and why letters continue to matter even in an age of digital communication.

Happily ever after isn’t only for fairy tales. When it comes to putting on a happy face, are genetics or environment more important?